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It's generally recommended to pair the Ventana Gewurztraminer with smoky foods and that turns out to be a very good idea. You should also considering pairing the Ventana Gewurztraminer with Asian cuisine and poultry like roast turkey.
The 2007 Robert Mondavi Private Selection Chardonnay is clear and pale yellow in color with just a slight greenish tinge around the edges. Citrus and tropical fruits are the strongest flavors in the Robert Mondavi Private Selection Chardonnay, but there is also vanilla, spices, butter, and of course oak. Overall, the flavor intensity in this full-bodied Chardonnay is moderate and the acidity is lively.
Like the aromas, the flavors of the Ravens Wood Vintners Blend Chardonnay are primarily citrus but there is also some apple combined with spice and butter. It's dry, but the acidity is lively. The oak characteristics of this full-bodied Chardonnay are unmistakable, but not too strong so this is one Chardonnay that might appeal to both fans of oaky Chardonnays and those who would prefer something unoaked. There is a noticeable alcohol burn when the Ravens Wood Vintners Blend Chardonnay gets a bit too warm, so pay attention to the temperature when you serve and drink this white wine.
The Chateau Ste. Michelle Orphelin is a deep, dark purple red and has a thick, velvety appearance when you swirl it in the glass. The Chateau Ste. Michelle Orphelin tastes very fruity and is very approachable for a full-bodied red wine. In fact, it's not nearly as dry as you might imagine and it's not too tannic either.
There are slight floral flavors in San Giuseppe's Pink Pinot Grigio that leave a nice tingling in the mouth. This light-bodied rosé is dry with a marked, lively acidity that is refreshing to drink in most circumstances. It's unquestionably drier than San Giuseppe's regular Pinot Grigio.
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